A lot owner must comply with the OC A written law made by parliament. Also called an ‘Act of parliament’, ‘statute’ or legislation., OC Regulations and rules of the owners corporation (s 128).
A lot owner must give notice to the A body corporate created by registration of a plan of subdivision or a plan of strata or cluster subdivision. See also prescribed owners corporation. of any application by the lot owner for a building permit or planning permit or the certification of a plan of subdivision affecting the lot (s 133), however To agree to something being done, to approve an action or arrangement. See also informed consent. of the owners corporation is not required. The period of notice is not specified.
Under section 134, both a lot owner who sells and a person who acquires a lot must advise the owners corporation within one month of completion of the An agreement that the law will enforce..
A lot owner who does not occupy the lot or who A document that sets out what a person wants to happen to their money and other property after they die. be absent for more than three months must provide the lot owners mailing address for Formal delivery of legal documents to a person to tell them there are court proceedings against them which they must defend, or to make sure a witness in a case knows when they have to go to court to give evidence. of notices (s 136). The lot owner not in occupation of the lot must give a copy of the rules of the owners corporation to the occupier of the lot (s 136).
An occupier of a lot must comply with the OC Act, OC Regulations and rules of the owners corporation and must not use or neglect the common property (s 137), but there is no provision that the lot owner reveals particulars of the occupier to the owners corporation.